Here With You

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Zine
Title: Here With You
Publisher: Over the Rainbow Productions
Editor(s): Laura McEwan
Date(s): May 2010
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Medium: print
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Fandom: Starsky & Hutch
External Links: online with art at the Starsky & Hutch archive
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back cover by Nicol Tyler
front cover by Enednoviel

Here With You is an 89-page mixed gen and slash Starsky & Hutch fanzine. It is subtitled: "A Tribute to Kaye Austen Michaels" and was published in 2010. The zine was created as a tribute to Kaye Austen Michaels for her contributions to Starsky & Hutch fandom.

Cover artist: Enednoviel. Interior art by Enednoviel and Nicol Tyler. Back cover "Passion" by Nicol Tyler.

From the Editor's Foreword

To my dear Kaye Austen Michaels, You know how you can think, "I'll just do this little thing here, and then this little thing there, and it'll be short and sweet and-whoa, what the hell just happened?" Yeah. Funny thing... The zine you hold your hands was meant to be a one-off, just a small collection of stories, meant solely to amuse you and bring a smile to your face. Something slightly larger than your average "In Appreciation" card, so you would know just how much the Starsky & Hutch fandom loves you and appreciates you. A way to show you, "We're here with you."... There's a little gen, more slash, and a whole lot of love and admiration. We hope you enjoy it and that it will bring a smile to your face for a long time.

Contents

interior art by Lorraine Brevig

The zine was produced in two versions: a public version which was offered for sale, and a private one which was distributed only to KAM and the contributors. A few of the contributors chose not to have their pieces in the public zine. At least three have been published online:

Reations and Reviews

[Cheap Sunglasses]: Flamingo is one of our fandom's very best writers, and this piece is a great introduction to her longer works. It's a lovely "discovery" fic, with Hutch becoming aware of his feelings for Starsky. There's some humor, some angst, some kissing -- all of it beautifully written. And ZZ Top! [1]

References

  1. from a 2010 comment at Crack Van